Salata Serves First Responders in Uniform Free For Hurricane Relief Efforts



Salata Serves First Responders in Uniform Free For Hurricane Relief Efforts

Salata Serves First Responders in Uniform Free For Hurricane Relief EffortsHouston-based Salata has experienced the horrific flood damage from Hurricane Harvey firsthand. Fortunately, 24 of its 33 Houston-area locations are re-opening today. And in appreciation for the heroic work being done by Houston’s finest, those 24 Salata locations will be feeding first responders in uniform for *FREE today through Monday, Sept. 4. (*while supplies last).

These Houston-area locations will be open from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. while they work to get back up and running. For a listing of all the Salata restaurants that will be feeding first responders for free, please visit http://bit.ly/2esuCvq.

“It’s truly heartwarming to see all of the support that Houston has received during these hard times,” said Michelle Bythewood, CMO of Salata. “We are fortunate enough to be able to open 24 of our Houston-area restaurants today. We wanted to do what we could to give back to the brave individuals that have worked so tirelessly to assist those in need.”

Founded in 2005, Houston-based Salata is ranked among the fastest-growing small chains in the U.S. by Restaurant Business. Salata has more than 60 corporate-owned and franchise locations in Texas, Oklahoma, Illinois and Southern California and plans to open 30 additional restaurants in 2017 in multiple markets, including Florida and Georgia. For more information, visit salata.com or facebook.com/salatasalads.